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My Husband’s Second Wife Pounds Me at Will – Woman Seeking Divorce

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An Idi-Ogungun Customary Court at Agodi in Ibadan on Tuesday dissolved a seven-year-old marriage between Samuel Adeboye and his wife,Temitope, over the woman’s battering by the second wife.

The President of the court, Chief Mukaila Balogun, leading other assessors — Aare Samotu and Ganiyu Alao — gave the verdict, saying both parties can no longer live together peacefully as husband and wife.

“Evidence of parties have proved that love does not exist between them; moreover, the respondent has agreed to the dissolution of the union as requested by his estranged wife.

“Based on this evidence, the marriage is thereby dissolved and the custody of the two children of the union is to remain with the plaintiff (Temitope).

“The respondent should forthwith pay N7,000 monthly via the court registry as feeding allowances for the two kids,” the court ruled.

Ealier, Temitope, who filed the suit, said her husband’ second wife always beat her whenever their husband was not around.

She also accused the defendant of supporting the second wife whenever she (Temitope) complained over the beating.

“My husband was in support of the brutality I received from her second wife and never condemned his wife’s wrongdoing.

“Instead, he would ask me to beat her in return despite my ill-health and the big stature of his second wife, ” she said.

She further accused her husband of not performing his responsibility as a father for the two children, saying she is solely responsible for their welfare.

In his defence, Adeboye denied the allegations, but urged the court to uphold the divorce request being sought by his wife.

He described the plaintiff as a troublesome wife, who hardly obeys instructions or respects him.

“She sells ogogoro (local gin) and I have warned her to discontinue but she refused; so, the court should separate us because I cannot cope with a woman that has refused to obey me.” (NAN)

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